Dryth Fulmer Lexington SC, Savannah River Site Worker dies from injuries in ATV accident

Dryth Fulmer Lexington SC, Savannah River Site Worker dies from injuries in ATV accident

Dryth Fulmer, a lifelong resident of Lexington, South Carolina, passed away suddenly. He was declared deceased on June 3, 2023, a Saturday. Hannah Reid Fulmer, his wife announced his death on her Facebook account on Saturday. Dryth passed away some hours after his 23rd Birthday. He was described as a fantastic friend to a lot of people, and he won’t be forgotten anytime soon because his life was filled with so much happiness and memories.

Hannah released the following statement;

My heart is shattered as I sit here writing about the loss of my Dryth. Hours after Dryth’s 23rd Birthday, he left us. Knowing I will never hear that truck pull into the driveway, or the non stop noise from whatever he’s working on outside, or that goofy laugh again is killing me. At 22 years old I’m faced with planning my husbands funeral. You just never think it will be you. Our sweet son won’t have any memories from the 6 months he got to spend with his Daddy, but I will make sure he knows how much Dryth loved him. Dryth was stubborn as hell, but so full of love at the same time. My life has been completely flipped upside down and I don’t know how to move forward without him here, but I will stay strong for our Son. I am so thankful I have a piece of Dryth here with me. Please please keep our family in your prayers. Especially Dryth’s Mom, Dad, Stepdad, Sister, Grandparents and both of his Son’s. We are literally torn apart and so beyond lost and devastated. Life will never ever be the same. I will update everyone when the funeral arrangements have been made. Thank you especially to everybody who stood by my side while my life fell apart in front of my eyes and was there for me and to everyone who has already reached out. Our family needs all the love, prayers and support right now.

Original Story

Following an ATV-related accident, a man from Batesburg has passed away.

The collision happened on private property on Holder Road near Hadden Road in the Batesburg section of Aiken County at around 1:30 on Saturday morning, according to the Aiken County Coroner’s Office.

Dryth R. Fulmer, 23, lost control of the car after it rolled over after hitting a short incline. Fulmer suffered injuries in the collision and was declared deceased at the site.

Two further ATV passengers were sent to the hospital with non-life-threatening wounds.

The inquiry is still being conducted by the Aiken County Coroner’s Office and Aiken County Sheriff’s Office. Analysis of toxicology is pending.

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